Finding Value in Taking Control

The demand for construction services in a world of complexities means the practices of project management are always open to scrutiny. In an efficiency-focused future, project managers are challenged to not lose sight of the fundamentals while keeping an eye on relevant advancements. This especially holds true in the case of project controls.

At the center of a valuable project management process is a proactive project controls system. Core elements of most control systems include cost, risk, schedule, document and change management, which are fed by a mixture of data and communication between team members. What distinguishes one control factor from another is its relevancy to an owner’s needs. Understanding the nuances of those elements keeps you in control, providing confidence in the result.

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